Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sharing Management Skills with Fellow IT Professionals

Recently, I read a useful guidebook that presented an array of tools for new managers that are also useful reminders for long-time managers. Since many in the tech industry don’t often focus on learning how to manage effectively – because … Continue reading

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Does Your Business Have an Information Security & Privacy Awareness Program?

There is no doubt that everyone is tired of hearing about security breaches. From Epsilon to Sony to Sega to Citigroup, computer users wonder if anyone cares about online privacy and security. Well, there is one person who always has … Continue reading

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Since You Can’t Fight Google, You Might As Well Embrace Google

I read a recent article about a security breach that has stayed with me. The article was on the Sophos site and announced that, “35 million Google profiles were already exposed on the Internet.” While I was not surprised, I … Continue reading

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Make Online Safety A Partnership Between Kids and Adults

Mention Mary Kay Hoal’s name, and immediately the words “youth,” “Internet,” and “safety” come to mind. A wife and mother of five children, she describes her mission as raising the bar of social networking to protect our youth. Mary Kay … Continue reading

Posted in Mobile Computing, Online Privacy, Privacy Rights, Social Media | 1 Comment